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Welcome on

Hello everyone, I'm glad to see you here. I've just created three blogs to help your managing IT for your clients. I'm doing the same since years and find the blogs very helpfull.  For my opinion, the more the places like this, the easier our job will be. So, enjoy Exchange, Windows and IT general blogs. Sincerely yours, MaciekXJ

Office365: New-MoveRequest causes MRSProxy.svc or "the connection to the server could not be completed" error in hybrid organization

Update for this issue is available here: -------------------------------------------------------- This is one of nagging problems which could be caused by many things. It's not easy to track this. When you try to move mailboxes between on-premises and the cloud, you see errors. In EAC:   In the powershell you see something like this: The call to '' failed. Error details: The HTTP request is unauthorized with client authentication scheme 'Negotiate'. The authentication header received from the server was 'Negotiate,NTLM,Basic realm=""'. --> The remote server returned an error: (401) Unauthorized..     + CategoryInfo          : NotSpecified: (:) [New-MoveRequest], RemoteTrans    ientException     + FullyQualifiedErrorId : [Server=DBXPR99MB999,RequestId= something ,TimeStamp=1/20/2014 1:13:53 PM] [FailureCategory=Cm

Office365: How to connect to from Powershell

How to connect to the blue, M$ cloud? I suppose you may know how, but this could be little tricky so... What you'll need? I start with that what do you NOT need :) If you manage hybrid environment you may ask yourself and me if you need domain added computer to connect to Office365. No, you don't. You can use any computer you have that will be able to run this: Windows Azure Module for Active Directory You can download it as a part of big package - Web Platform Installer OR You can download it's parts: 1. Beuatiful named MOS SIA (Microsoft Online Services Sign-In Assistant) package to work with in Office 365: 2. Windows Azure Module For x64: For x86: Then install - first MOS SIA, then Windows Azure module. After that you should end up with blue window like this: You then c